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Led Zeppelin IV [Deluxe Remastered CD] [Deluxe Edition]

Led Zeppelin Audio CD
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Led Zeppelin was the definitive heavy metal band. It wasn't just their crushingly loud interpretation of the blues -- it was how they incorporated mythology, mysticism, and a variety of other genres (most notably world music and British folk) -- into their sound. Led Zeppelin had mystique. They rarely gave interviews, since the music press detested the band. Consequently, the only ... Read more in Amazon's Led Zeppelin Store

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  • Audio CD (27 Oct 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B00M30SPMU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (144 customer reviews)
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Disc: 1
1. Black Dog
2. Rock And Roll
3. The Battle Of Evermore
4. Stairway To Heaven
5. Misty Mountain Hop
6. Four Sticks
7. Going To California
8. When The Levee Breaks
Disc: 2
1. Black Dog (Basic Track With Guitar Overdubs)
2. Rock And Roll (Alternate Mix)
3. The Battle Of Evermore (Mandolin/Guitar Mix From Headley Grange)
4. Stairway To Heaven (Sunset Sound Mix)
5. Misty Mountain Hop (Alternate Mix)
6. Four Sticks (Alternate Mix)
7. Going To California (Mandolin/Guitar Mix)
8. When The Levee Breaks (Alternate Uk Mix In Progress)

Product Description

Deluxe 2 CD package with the original artwork, plus the newly created negative artwork for the companion audio. The original album is newly remastered; the 2nd CD features previously unreleased studio outtakes. 16 page booklet.

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59 of 66 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Creative classic that time cannot erode 18 May 2006
Format:Audio CD
This was a pioneering rock album by the band everyone aspired to be at the time, and are influenced by now. Unlike many other groundbreakers, this isn't particularly dated and still holds its own in a market that has moved on.

'Stairway to Heaven' deserves to be remembered as one of the all-time great tracks, but the others aren't fillers. More a case of 'Stairway' as the pinnacle of the album. Plant's vocals are forthright, bluesy and angst-ridden. Page's guitar lines are ideal in each situation and provide some great riffs. Bonham's drumming really is incredible rock drumming - hard, heavy, and not always as predicted. Somehow John-Paul Jones and his bass are by comparison, merely perfect.

There's a variety here - rocky numbers like 'Black Dog' and 'Rock n Roll', then slow blues like 'When the Levy Breaks'.

Since this album, the rock guitar has become louder and heavier through Motorhead, AC/DC, Anthrax, Slayer, through to the modern thrash. Despite that, this album still sounds fresh and has an edge of creative genius that many new bands just don't have as much of.

I write this not as someone who was there when it came out and is nostalgic (I'm too young!) but someone who found it after discovering the modern rock and metal world. And it's still, really, that good.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars If you don't have it get it 2 Jun 2005
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This is probably one of the best rock records ever done, together with Deep Purple's Machine Head and Made in Japan. I can't find a musically bad track on it, still I'm not fond of the lyrics tainted with mysticism on Battle for Evermore. The opening track Black dog has a wonderful riff wandering over the guitar which shows why Jimmy Page (together with Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath) can take full credit for pioneering the mammoth riffs of hard rock/heavy metal, which also is shown in Misty Mountain Hop, Four Sticks and When the Levee Breaks. I don't need to say something about Stairway to Heaven as it by many is rated as the best rock song ever written. But I want to stress the mastery of three underrated gems on this wonderful record, namely Misty Mountain Hop a very heavy and hooking track, Four Sticks with its driving rhythm in 4/5 and When the Levee Breaks with its, I can't find words to explain it, wonderful guitar sound. All in all it is a record well worth the money spent. And I will give a promise: If you like rock, hard rock or heavy metal, you will not be disappointed and will also have a record to be played on, and on, and on, and on ...
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Iconic in Every Way 15 Nov 2007
By Crazy Bald Heid VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
The greatest album ever made? I don't know. But it is instantly recogniseable, runes, untitled, IV, four symbols whatever you call it is a monumental album. The symbols or runes make their bow on the inner sleeve of this album.

For the second album in a row we are greeted with a jaw droppingly original wtf rock classic. Black dog's twangy opening sounds like Jimmy finding his range until an unaccompanied Plant cuts loose with the famous "Hey, hey, mama, said the way you move, gonna make you sweat, gonna make you groove" blues wail. The stacatto accompaniment sets this song apart. Great rock track, Bonzo beating seven shades out of his kit.

Before you can draw breath the band batter into the aptly named Rock And Roll. A pounding rock classic, sometime set opener. An ensemble piece but its Bonzo clattering the hi-hats that gives the game away in the first second of the intro.

A change down into the pretty tinkling Battle of Evermore, Plant's controlled vocal, makes even his usual swords n' sorcery hokum sound beautiful. Accompanied by the crystal clear voice of the late great Sandy Denny.

The seldom heard obscurity Stairway to Heaven follows. Seriously though folks an enormous anthem that continues to rule the world thirty six years on from its inception. You think you have heard it way too often, but then it comes on the radio or your cd player and be damned if the hairs on the back of your neck don't rise up, and you don't crank the volume up to 11.

Trippy, hippy narrative Misty Mountain Hop is conceptually proposterours but it remains a great track, again Bonzo and Jonesy drive it along setting it apart.

Perhaps Bonzo's finest moment - that could apply to just about every track on here. Top tune.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars FIVE STARS ISN'T ENOUGH! 28 Jan 2000
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
I hated Led Zeppelin until I was forced to listen to IV. By the time 'Black Dog' was over I'd changed my views for ever. By the time 'When The Levee Breaks'had ended Led Zeppelin had become the greatest Rock 'n' Roll band ever to give rise from these shores. Deep Purple had some SERIOUS competition. People rave about how great a guitarist Jimmy Page is (and he is) or how gifted a vocalist Robert Plant is (and he is) ,but the man who IS (or tragically was) Led Zeppelin, is John Bonham...what a drummer! The way he drives 'Black Dog' along, and the intro to 'Rock And Roll'puts him in the ranks of the immortals. The album switches from sheer gutsy heavy metal to melodic and acoustic music, to the climax to the album, where 'When The Levee Breaks' leaves you somewhere in mid air.It's unfair...this should have been a double album!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Gonna make you sweat, gonna make you groove 14 Jan 2013
By GlynLuke TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
If Led Zep I was the big bold blues album, Zep II the rambunctious rock album, and Zep III a pastoral pearl, then the mighty, magnificent IV - with its iconic cover, old bearded bent-backed hermit framed on a peeling wall - is the apotheosis of what Led Zep were all about and capable of.
To me, this rapturously exultant album sounds as good if not better now than it did forty years ago. It sounded pretty good to me on its release eight days before my twenty-first birthday, and it just seems to grow in wonder and splendour.
Black Dog - well, what can I say? "Hey hey, Mama, have you heard the news...?" We have now. What a fantastic opener. Rock And Roll is too good to be true, and then Sandy Denny - Sandy Denny! - joins Plant, both on their best behaviour, for the glorious Battle Of Evermore, Sandy echoing Plant in her most haunting tones: a marriage made in folk-rock heaven.
Then that intro, which must be one of the most instantly recognisable in all rock music. "There`s a lady who says, all that glitters is gold..." I love the later caterwauling, and Page giving it welly. And listen out for Plant`s intriguing lyric about "a bustle in your hedgerow" - Page asked him about that, RP apparently giving him a gnomic answer along the lines of 'Well, that`ll get people thinking'.
Misty Mountain Hop is incredible. It takes me to the shrouded peak of the title, but what grabs and stuns is some of the most nail-biting, spine-tingling drumming ever heard on a rock album - step up and take a bow, the late great John Bonham - especially near the end, where Bonzo does superhuman things on his drumkit. If I had hair left on my head, it would stand on end.
Four Sticks works if you`re paying attention and not expecting too much from it.
Going To California is just lovely: "...
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